Joanne "Pug" Horton has performed in many areas of show business, appearing professionally as a singer, dancer and actress from an early age. She has sung at Carnegie Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and major concert halls throughout the world. She has appeared in movies and documentaries, hosted her own radio talk shows and TV shows in the States, as well as producing TV documentaries.
Among her many other activities, Joanne has been a fahion and photographic model, agency director and maintains a high profile through her singing and related activities on behalf of various festivals, exhibitions and promotional activities the world over.
A long-time supporter of community activities, Joanne, who has an MA in Sociology, Psychology and Arts Administration, is currently involved in volunteer work at the Westminster Bureau and The Royal Academy.
Horton has recorded many times, the personal favorite being "Don't Go Away", on which she shares the spotlight with bassist Milt HInton, Sir Roland Hanna and her partner in life, Bob Wilber.